is it possible to write a function to concatenate strings as in
At the moment concatenate function only accepts two values?
You can try this.
That's what I am doing at the moment and it's very tedious.
You don't actually have to write concatenate(str1, str2) to concatenate strings. This SRL will also concatenate strings:
theInteger is an integer initially 1;
result is a string initially str1 "" str2 "" str3 "" str4 "" theInteger;
As you can see, you can use this to concatenate strings and other primitives too.
I am a RMA Business User. My company has outsourced the IDE technical development to a 3rd party vendor.
Hence I don't know whether to trust this vendor when they say certain things cannot be done. So I come to this forum.
Below shows what I see on the RMA. So you are saying I can point the developer to this thread. As a user I prefer Contactent(str1,str2,str3)
Are you rules intended to be deployed as a COBOL program? That may be a reason why they chose to use concatenate function instead of simply using built-in syntax (str1 "" str2 "" str3...).
If it's not COBOL then it is just a limitation of the template built to allow for concatenation. A well designed template would allow you to add as many values as you want.
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